avoid debate, at all costs …

Run, CSIRO, run. The cowardly bosses of the once great scientific organization are running for cover. A politician with some knowledge and gravitas has had a planned conference with the ‘scientific masters’ at the CSIRO abruptly cancelled.

Asking the Minister for advice? Haha …

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Four weeks ago I approached the CSIRO to have a meeting about the ‘advice’ they have given to the government which has led to climate policies costing billions of dollars a year to be borne by the Australian taxpayer.

That meeting was scheduled for today but it was abruptly cancelled yesterday.

It seems as though I am not allowed to meet with the CSIRO unless that meeting is facilitated by the relevant Minister, Greg Hunt.

I have now formally requested Greg Hunt to facilitate that meeting for next week.

 Let’s see how long this goes on. What are they scared of, science? Even Dr Marohasy agrees with Senator Roberts:

Sydney Morning Herald Journalist Latika Bourke could learn a thing or two from Senator Malcolm Roberts about heat-energy absorption and carbon dioxide. Thanks to Graham Young for publishing my article today explaining some of what these young gen-Y journalists just don’t get about IPCC science: http://onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=18525

 I am sure Dr Marohasy would recommend the same advice to the CSIRO. Already happened, I see.

Senator Robert’s maiden speech has already created a storm. Read it, and the commentary here at Jonova.

 

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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